The National Democratic Congress, NDC, aspiring candidate for the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency, Afua Adoboe, has assured the area that the NDC is ready for the long-awaited change, since the party cannot bear any longer the promises and the failures of President Akufo-Addo and his NPP over the years.
She said the time has come to stop the NPP of the self-inflicted defeat of the NDC in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency adding that is not a preserved for the NPP.
Madam Afua Adoboe said this in an interview with WestAfica 24.com in Accra after she went through the vetting process successful.
She stressed that her major priority would be to galvanise the strength of the people and unite the party at the Constituency, Ward and branch levels.
She reiterated that she is set to deliver a strong united party in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency.
Madam Afua Adoboe further pointed out that she has passed through all the party structures that makes her stand tall of winning the primaries.
She added that she has the understanding of how the party structures works which she has been part for long and when given the nod she can address their concerns.
One other area of concern to her was to also deliver a well-resourced coordinated strategic campaign for the NDC that would win the Parliamentary seat and win more votes for former President Mahama.
Touching on the violence that rocked La Bawalashie in Accra at the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency during the by-election, she said such acts of violence undermine Ghana’s democracy.
“Is rather unfortunate that incident occurred there in January. It was bad because if you look at Ayawaso West Wuogon, for that incident to occured is an insult to the people of Constituency. We are not going to allow that to happen anymore,” She said.
“When it comes to violent, I think that is not a preserve for any person. We all can do that, but we want peace to prevail and so we will put our message up there that peace must prevail and we are also going to make sure that we put security measures to curtail or to counter any such incident. I doubt if it will happen this time around.” She added.
By: Paul Mamattah